I'm sort of a neophyte. I've installed vCenter 7.0.3/20150588 in a non-production environment for learning purposes. I cannot access the VAMI. Whenever I try accessing https://<hostname>:5480/configurev2/#/ or https://<ip>:5480/configurev2/#/ , I get an "Unable to get deployment status." error.
I am, however, able to access vCenter client, on port 443.
I've tried what was outlined in following article, but it didn't work for me: https://communities.vmware.com/t5/VMware-vCenter-Discussions/VCSA-7-0-2-Upgrade-Installer-Stage-2-Ex...
This is a reply to padapa and Alex_Romeo. I'm not sure what's going on, but every time I respond, the message disappears. This is now my 7th or 8th attempt at responding about the DNS.
DNS works. I read a thread about how it was important, so I manually inserted the records early on.
C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Player\bin>nslookup Default Server: ar---dc.net Address: 192.168.xxx.13 > ar---vcenter.net Server: ar---dc.net Address: 192.168.xxx.13 Name: ar---vcenter.net Address: 192.168.xxx.5 > 192.168.xxx.5 Server: ar---dc.net Address: 192.168.xxx.13 Name: ar---vcenter.net Address: 192.168.xxx.5
Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
After you run the "service-control --start --all the last line shouldn't say successfully started profile "NONE", it should say "ALL". I experienced this issue and checked the defaultStartProfile file located here /storage/vmware-vmon/defaultStartProfile. I VI'd into that file and edited it to say "ALL" instead of "NONE" and all of my services started after that.